HOW MUCH DOES A 2D ANIMATION COST PER MINUTE?

PRICE LIST

The table below presents the factors that affect the total price of a 2D animation per minute.  The price may vary greatly on the complexity of the illustration as well as animation. Make a choice which suits best your business goals and target audience.

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Process

Included

1Concept & Style Guide
2Script

3

Storyboard

4

Illustration

5

Animation

6Voice-over

7

Background Music & VFX

8

Video composition

9

Logo Animation

10

HD Rendering

11

Consultation

FREE

12

Unlimited Revisions

FREE

WHAT MAKES THE PRICE DIFFER?

The are various factors that influence the costs like the total length, complexity of the content, render quality and even due date. However, in the production team’s perspective, style quality has the greatest impact on animation pricing.

Concept & Style Guide:

Concept and style guide are among the most important factors affecting the whole animation project. Designers must work on the overall style to best fit your company branding and project objectives. The concept may include the color scheme, animation style, and character design. For example, if your company logo is the combination of orange and green, then the concept should follow strictly these two color. Then if your primary audience is corporate employees, then designers would choose a more neutral and professional tone. All of these elements could make big difference in your marketing campaign or brand awareness.

Illustrations:

Based on the complexity of the illustration, the price may vary.

Kinetic typography animation is the most simple with texts and minimal character design.

Whiteboard animations require more details through the color scheme is simple.

Motion graphics need more effort in the background and character design with a proper color scheme.

Hand-drawn animation is the most complicated then. The illustrators or animators may need to draw 24 frames for one second to get the smoothest quality, while other types are computer-generated with much less work.

Animations:

The more detailed the objects and backgrounds are, the more work the animators have, and the larger budget you may want to consider. Moreover, the movement of texts and objects is much simpler than characters. Animating a boy, for example, is not only about making him move, jump or dance, but also about presenting the emotion on his face.

Then, animations with character design are more expensive than ones with mere texts and objects.

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